Ok, so I have this "Low Space" prompt telling me my phone storage is getting low. When I go to manage applications everything is pretty low and I uninstalled about a dozen useless apps, however the HTC Mail client is showing that it's using 90mb of space. I've checked the 2 IMAP accounts and the only folders with any content is the inbox, each with about a dozen messages (set to 7 days) and (unlimited size) but seriously they only total about 200k in all. I can't seem to figure out where this extra space is being used. I've rebooted the phone to no avail. I also have Task Manager, also called Terminator, installed which shows available memory 56mb and the low threshold being 16mb and says I am fine. (maybe this is running memory and not the same memory applications are installed in and not what the "Low Space" warning is referring to) So how can I purge this data without deleting my mail accounts and having to set everything up again. It now went up from 90mb to 105mb while writing this thread and NO NEW MAIL has been received. Also, just to recap, I checked all other folders for both accounts, trash, sent, etc. and they are all empty. None of my messages have attachments more than a few kb in size. Looking at my SD card, In the .Mail folder, I have about 314mb of tokenxxxxxxxxxxxxx files, staggered between files of 0bytes and files of 6.14mb, totalling over a hundred files. Even though these are on my SD, what is this for? I'm pretty sure this has nothing to do with my HTC Mail's ROM usage but then again, maybe it does. How do I lean this sucker up? Any help is appreciated.